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High-heel tottering fashion slaves often complain that stepping down to normal footwear is extremely uncomfortable following the elevating effects of a six-inch height boost. Now scientists know why...

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« Last Edit: 20/07/2010 17:43:34 by _system »


 

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Why do flat shoes feel uncomfortable after wearing heels?
« Reply #1 on: 20/07/2010 20:57:18 »
Wait till Sheepy hears about this  ;D
 

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Why do flat shoes feel uncomfortable after wearing heels?
« Reply #2 on: 20/07/2010 23:46:23 »
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Not being able to stand flat on the ground is exactly what happend to busty country singer and high heel fanatic, Dolly Parton, who apparently has to run to the bathroom in the morning on her tip toes, because she has worn stilettos for so long that she can no longer put her heel down.
http://www.7days.ae/storydetails.php?id=14814


Must be very difficult for Dolly to balance on tip-toes as she has an unusually high centre of gravity :)
« Last Edit: 21/07/2010 02:29:37 by RD »
 

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Why do flat shoes feel uncomfortable after wearing heels?
« Reply #3 on: 24/07/2010 13:30:07 »
That's a great quote, thanks RD.

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